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... the harbor. This harbor is natural, deep water harbor is second only in size to Sidney, Australia.
Since the community is relatively small and the places we want to go are outside of town, we opted to take a shore excursion through the ship to see Cape Spear Lighthouse and Signal Hill Fortress this morning. Our first destination is the lighthouse located on the eastern most point in North America. The site is a national park, but the ticket vendor wasn't ...
... right at the port terminal. All kinds of shopping there, even a farmer’s market. So we will be looking to enjoy strolling around there. Probably a good time to use the wheelchair for Mom. That way, we can cover a lot more ground in a shorter amount of time. And quite frankly I won’t be surprised if you wander off and get yourself lost as usual! Partly cloudy today with a high of 57 ...
... Our 17 hour trip was over mostly smooth water.
This province, along with Labrador, joined the Canadian Confederation in 1949. They are considered one province, simply referred to as Newfoundland and Labrador, quite a mouthful. It’s cooler here, overnight lows in the 50’s and highs in the high 60’s, rain expected tomorrow.
All along the coastline are more scenic ...
... NL. This town played a roll during WWII with 20000 Canadian and American fighters and bombers stopping here en route to Europe. It is still know as the "crossroads of the world" as it is a major refuelling point for transatlantic flights. In more recent times it is recognized for its major roll when 9-11 happened and 42 flights were ordered to land at this airport. This small community of 11000, housed, fed and entertained 6600 passengers and crew for up to 6 days. 10 years after ...
... and son, builder and helper; represented the stacking of my life, a tiny block at a time.
Today, I’m a brick. And so are you. The thing in us that draws us to this event is a strength, something solid, something born of testing and trying, of mixing and baking, firing. We are 12 bricks fastened together by the desire to help. The mortar is the charity we bring to ...